"Home" as written by and Harry Clarkson Peter Van Steeden....
Home, I don't know where you could be
Look for you in mountains of oceans across the sea
Though we live under the same moon
Catch you in the glimmer of my spoon

Could you be where love raised his head
Where my youth was gallantly led
And where the sun took a holiday
Fell in love, decided to stay

I'm so tired and down
Down, down, down, down
Down, down, down, down
Down, down, down, down

Could you be where my best friend plays
Where the nights bleed longer then the days
Where I lost my only child
Where the're no trees but wolves run wild

Maybe somewhere I've never seen
Tangier's or the banks of Berlin
Strangers they can veil a friendly eye
Rather be with you than a lie

I'm so tired and down
Down, down, down, down
Down, down, down, down
Down, down, down, down

Could you be where my angel sleeps
When he sings willows begin to weep
When I think of all I have done
Home you know, you'll be the one

Home, is where my heart is
Home, is where my heart is
Home, is where my heart is
Home, is where my heart is



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"Home" as written by Jeff Clarkson Harry Clarkson

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